What if WWE Superstars were emojis?
Everyone loves emojis, right?
To misquote Hulk Hogan: emojimania is running wild, brother.
The little tiny faces that people either love or hate have taken on a life of their own in 2017. A recent report claimed 92 percent of online users like to send them, while The Emoji Movie that came out in July was widely criticised but still made over $215 million worldwide.
With that in mind, and because the Survivor Series main event sucked so much joy out of our lives that we need smiley yellow people to cheer us up again, we decided to compare and contrast 10 of WWE’s current performers with 10 of the most popular emojis used around the world.
Disclaimer: We refrained from using country’s flags – that’s just too obvious, people!
#1 Chris Jericho
Well, this one was easy. Several Superstars have been considered the ‘Greatest of All Time’ but only one current performer, Chris Jericho, has taken the ‘G.O.A.T’ nickname so far as to have it emblazoned onto the back of his trunks.
And when someone else is considered to be the greatest, Y2J isn’t best pleased, as proven in February 2017 when he added Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to ‘The List of Jericho’, simply because they share the same nickname.